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 Post subject: US Capitol violence
PostPosted: Thu Jan 7, '21, 10:44 pm 
The American people were shocked yesterday as protesters stormed the US Capitol building and took over for a short while. Members of Congress who were in the middle of certifying votes in the 2021 election (electoral college) were guarded out of harm to a place of safety until peace was restored. Later in the night they gathered again and finished certifying the votes.

Sadly, atleast 4 Americans lost their lives in this protest. One woman was shot and later died. 3 others may have died of other causes.

I don't think I have ever seen anything like this in my lifetime. There just really are no words. :cry:


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 Post subject: Re: US Capitol violence
PostPosted: Fri Jan 8, '21, 10:37 am 
There are no words are the right...words.


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 Post subject: Re: US Capitol violence
PostPosted: Thu Jan 6, '22, 7:54 pm 
Today is the First anniversary of the events at the US Capitol Building which happened on January 06, 2020.

US President Biden addressed the nation on television this morning in regards to the event. Biden was quick to blame others for the event taking place but failed to also include some he might need to have mentioned, imho.

This event showed that many people in the US are upset and probably discouraged with the way some things are being handled in and by our government, among other things, imho.

Still, violence is not the answer.

Remembering all the Policemen who lost their lives on this day a year ago. :tombstone: :rose:


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